David Marcus
David Marcus
David Marcus
David Marcus is the Federalist's New York Correspondent. He is also the Artistic Director of Blue Box World, a Brooklyn based theater project. His plays have been seen on the stages of Galapagos Arts Space, D Lounge, and Theater Double Rep. A former member of the Bat Acting Company at the Flea Theater he has also performed at the Kennedy Center and Theater for the New City among many others. His work has appeared in National Review Online, The New York Times, City Journal, PJ Media, Liberty Island and the New York Theater Review. Follow him on Twitter, @BlueBoxDave.
How Race Relations Have Changed In Trump’s America So Far

A year and a half after an election that made clear the old rules about race have gone out the window, we are nowhere near creating new ones.

Intersectionality Goes Positive In Pro-Life Feminists’ Silver Screen Debut

In a new documentary, three women make the argument that feminism and the pro-life movement are natural allies, not mortal enemies.

No, We Can’t Compromise On Transgenderism

Men cannot simply decide they are women. This is a basic truth that conservatives should not deny for fear of social strife.

Ta-Nehisi Coates Writes An Incoherent, Divisive Attack On Kanye West

Ta-Nehisi Coates is asking Kanye West to embrace his take on race relations. Kanye is saying no.

Rudy Giuliani Knows Exactly What He’s Doing

Former federal prosecutor and New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a simple message to Robert Mueller: Put up or shut up.

At The Disinvitation Dinner, Charles Murray Offers Cautious Pessimism

Charles Murray, a front-line soldier in the war over academic freedom, offered some words of hope at the Disinvitation Dinner, and much cause for concern.

Podesta: Hillary Would Have Opened An Investigation Into Aliens

On ‘Ancient Aliens,’ the Hillary Clinton campaign chair says she would have worked to release the truth about aliens.

Alfie Evans Shows Why A Strong Pro Life Movement Is So Vital

Even if it never succeeds in banning abortion, the pro-life movement is holding an important line on the sanctity of life in the United States.

Celebrating British Royalty Is Anathema To America

As Americans, we must be completely clear that any form of royalty should be mocked and derided.

Andrew Cuomo Is Moving Left And Getting Woke

Faced with Cynthia Nixon’s primary challenge, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is growing more progressive by the day.

Starbucks Is Right To Address Racism, And Conservatives Should Be On Board

Conservatives roll their eyes at Starbucks’ day of diversity training, but they should be addressing the issue themselves.

How Should White Americans Deal With Their Ancestors?

In the age of privilege, can white Americans still feel pride about their ancestors?

In Syria, Trump’s Coalition Is The Cornerstone Of The West

The United States, the United Kingdom, and France were the heroes of the twentieth century. In the twenty-first century, they still are.

Sally Kohn Is Not A Racist For Quoting A Black Person

It is delicious for conservatives to enjoy Sally Kohn being criticized as a privileged white woman, but she’s not a racist.

5 Big, Fat Lies Free Speech Opponents Love

Free speech is under sustained attack in our country. Here are five lies the attackers use to undermine our most basic freedom.

Morrissey’s Defense Of Free Speech Underlines What Both Right And Left Get Wrong

Morrissey has penned an eloquent attack on those who oppose free speech, but it has lessons for the defenders, too.

CNN’s Fawning Over JFK’s Philandering Shows Stormy Daniels Is Irrelevant

John F. Kennedy’s legacy as president is not defined by sordid affairs, and neither will Donald Trump’s be.

It’s Time To Teach The Bible In Public Schools

Trying to understand Western civilization without reading the Bible is like trying to understand American history without reading the Constitution. It won’t work.

No, The ‘March For Our Lives’ Isn’t Defining A Generation

We are told the Parkland kids have defined their generation. We’ve been told this before, and it’s always wrong.

In the Me Too Moment, David Mamet’s ‘Oleanna’ Still Has Much To Teach Us

David Mamet’s 1992 play ‘Oleanna’ challenged and infuriated audiences with its take on sexual harassment. It still has much to teach us.